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Bonus Episode: Say Her Name Series Part 3- Rekia Boyd, Yvette Smith, Shantel Davis and Atatiana Jefferson

While we stand for justice, dignity and honor of the black life all too often the names of black women senselessly murdered by law enforcement are glazed over. We have a duty and responsibility  as Black women and hosts of a podcast that advocate and amplify the voices of black women to bring awareness and shed light  on the sisters who are no longer with us. We will always and forever SAY HER NAME.

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Bonus Episode: Say Her Name Series Part 2- Miriam Carey, Darnisha Harris and Malissa Williams

While we stand for justice, dignity and honor of the black life all too often the names of black women senselessly murdered by law enforcement are glazed over. We have a duty and responsibility  as Black women and hosts of a podcast that advocate and amplify the voices of black women to bring awareness and shed light  on the sisters who are no longer with us. We will always and forever  #SAY HER NAME.

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Bonus Episode- Say Her Name Series : Breonna Taylor

In  memory of Breonna Taylor, we are releasing a special episode today to honor her life. Before she was a hashtag or became a headline Breonna or Bre’ as she was affectionally known to her friends and family was a then 26 year old woman who loved her work in healthcare and spending quality time with her aunts playing cards. Phase 10 and Skip Bo were her favs.   Breonna Taylor was born June 05, 1993 in Grand Rapids, Michigan to Tamika Palmer and she spent the early part of her life in Grand Rapids, Michigan before moving to Louisville when she was a teen. Breonna graduated from Western High School in 2011, and later went on to experience college...

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Bonus Episode: CALL TO ACTION

  We are podcasters united to condemn the tragic murders of George Floyd and Breonna Taylor and many many others at the hands of police. This is a continuation of the systemic racism pervasive in our country since its inception and we are committed to standing against racism in all its forms. We believe that to be silent is to be complicit. We believe that Black lives matter. We believe that Black lives are more important than property. We believe that we have a responsibility to use our platforms to speak out against this injustice whenever and wherever we are witness to it. In creating digital media we have built audiences that return week after week to hear our voices...

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